To make it clear right from the beginning, I am not a vegetarian nor am I a vegan. But Pastva is just too good and I would even say it’s a place you won’t find anywhere else in Prague.
Pastva’s interior is 100% natural, so when you are eating the flowers above you are almost tickling your neck. The first thing that came to mind when I visited Pastva was that it doesn’t look like Prague at all, it feels more like Scandinavia or Berlin. Actually, the owners go abroad quite often to get some inspiration. Even the menu offers some drinks that will be familiar to those from Germany and other countries.
There are just a few tables and a bar inside and as they also accept reservations for lunch I recommend either to book your place or not to come during rush hour. Several times I couldn’t find a table here. On the other hand, the dishes from the lunch menu are way cheaper than the ones from the normal menu, it is usually around 120 – 140 CZK. You can also choose the lunch menu with soup. The daily menu can be found on their website, so check to see if there is something you’d like.
The location of Pastva is right on the metro station Anděl, which is in one of the vibrant areas. As I imagine it can be difficult to find a good spot to eat when you are vegan, with Pastva you cannot go wrong.